5 Tips To Improve Your Daily Self-Care
Today, I’m sharing with you 5 self-care tips you can implement now so you can remove yourself from the backburner of your life, and put yourself first without feeling guilty, because girl, we don’t do guilt!
1. Say daily affirmations.
“The power of life and death is in the tongue!” (Proverbs 18:21) Start your day with positive words. Speaking life and positivity over your life every day will give you the spiritual and mental boost you need to get your day started on the right foot.
2. Set a daily self-care routine.
Don’t wait until the end of the week to try and squeeze in time for yourself in one day. Establish a daily self-care routine that includes meditation, stretching, prayer, or an aromatherapy session in your shower with a shower steamer or a combination of.
I know you’re pressed for time in the mornings, but take 5 to 10 minutes to do whatever helps you to feel relaxed and centered.
Give yourself a pep talk while you’re in front of the mirror beating that face! You take care of those around you at home and at work every day of the week, you can do the same for you.
3. Reflect on three positive things that happened during the day.
Right before bed when it’s quiet, reflect on three positive things that happened during your day. This time of reflection will bring about feelings of accomplishment, appreciation, as well as feelings of gratitude. Focus on the positive and be grateful for all you’ve been blessed to do and accomplish.
4. Prioritize and crush the easier tasks first.
Don’t you just love the feeling of accomplishment and productivity you get when you cross-off an item from your to-do-list?
Make a list of all the things you need to accomplish for the day and crush the simplest ones first.
Let the first item on your list be to make your bed in the morning and you’ll get those good vibes flowing before you even leave the house!
Don’t forget you’re a boss (literally)! Delegate what you can to minimize your load, you don’t have to do it all. Keep deadlines and goals realistic and don’t be hard on yourself. Celebrate the small victories and remember they lead up to big wins!5. No, is a complete sentence.
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I hope you found these self-care tips helpful, but more importantly, I hope you start with one or two to implement into your daily schedule starting today.
Your morning may be complete, but it’s not too late for a relaxing shower, some meditation, and a few minutes of positive reflection and gratitude before getting a good night’s sleep.
Here’s to your self-care and wellbeing!